b. 1969 in Newton, United States; lives and works in Berlin
Jason Dodge recounts the time spent by a doctor and a group of children sleeping on cushions which he spreads around the exhibition space. In this way the artist highlights the experience of objects bearing the implicit trace of a relationship and a story which at first glance are invisible. Drawing on intimate, impalpable anti-narratives, Dodge asks his viewers to open up to their emotions by imagining an indefinable story composed of fragile but very real interconnections.